Question about Televison & Video
Maybe it was hanging out with the wrong crowd... just kidding.. The only way to find out is to open up the tv. Unless the smoke was coming from near the power cord. When you open up the tv, there will probably be some sort of burn mark on the circuit board where a capacitor may have blown. If this is the case (and provided that the circuit board wasn't damaged too badly, you can get a sodering gun, remove the blown capacitor(s) and see if you can find replacements at your local electronics store and then soder it back in. If not, you might need a whole new circuit board.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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